BDeck Chain Drive Roll Forming Machine

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BDeck Chain Drive Roll Forming Machine  Specifications

  • Profile: 1 1/2" B Deck
  • Coil Width: 48"
  • Forming Speed: 60ft Plus
  • Material thickness: 18g - 24g 
  • Machine Weight: 20 ton
  • Machine Footprint: 85ft
  • Main power: 480v - 3ph - 60Hz
  • Motor: 32hp
  • Gearbox: Chain drive
  • Stations: 28 
  • Cutting type: Hydraulic Shear 
  • Safety covers- optional
  • E Stops
  • FOB Orlando, Florida

BDeck Roll Forming Machine Description

A "BDeck Chain Drive Roll Forming Machine" appears to be a specific type of machinery or equipment used in the manufacturing or construction industry. Let's break down the name to understand its components:

  1. "BDeck": This refers to a specific profile or shape of a metal deck used in construction or roofing applications. Metal decks are commonly used as structural components in building construction, and they come in various shapes and sizes to suit different needs.
  2. "Chain Drive": The roll forming machine is powered or driven by a chain mechanism. Chain drives are commonly used in machinery to transfer motion and power from one part of the machine to another.
  3. "Roll Forming Machine": This is a type of equipment used in metalworking and manufacturing processes. Roll forming is a continuous bending operation where a long strip of metal is passed through a series of rollers to gradually shape it into a desired profile or cross-section. Roll forming machines are used to produce various metal profiles, such as roofing panels, wall cladding, and structural components.

A "BDeck Chain Drive Roll Forming Machine" would likely be a specialized machine designed to produce metal deck profiles of the "BDeck" type using a chain drive mechanism. These machines can vary in size and complexity depending on the specific requirements of the manufacturing process.

Keep in mind that the exact specifications and features of such a machine can vary between manufacturers and models, so it's important to consult the documentation or contact the manufacturer directly for detailed information on a specific machine with this name.

BDeck Profile

The "BDeck Profile" refers to a specific type of metal deck profile commonly used in construction and building applications. Metal decks are structural components that provide support for concrete slabs, insulation, and roofing materials in commercial and industrial buildings. They are typically made from steel and come in various profiles or shapes to suit different construction needs.

The "BDeck" profile is one such profile, and it has specific characteristics that make it suitable for certain applications. The exact specifications of a BDeck profile can vary between manufacturers, but here are some general features associated with BDeck profiles:

  1. Ribbed Design: BDeck profiles typically have a ribbed or corrugated design with raised ribs and valleys. This design adds strength and stiffness to the metal deck while also providing a platform for concrete placement.
  2. Variations in Depth: BDeck profiles may come in different depths or heights to accommodate varying load requirements. The depth of the profile influences its load-bearing capacity.
  3. Width and Length: BDeck profiles are available in various widths and lengths to fit the dimensions of the construction project.
  4. Material Thickness: The thickness of the steel used to make BDeck profiles can vary, and thicker profiles are often used for heavier-duty applications.
  5. Attachment Methods: BDeck profiles are typically attached to the structural framework of a building using screws or other fasteners. The specific attachment method may vary depending on the design and engineering requirements of the project.
  6. Galvanized Coating: Many BDeck profiles are galvanized to protect the steel from corrosion and extend their lifespan.

BDeck profiles are commonly used in roofing and flooring applications. They provide a sturdy and economical solution for constructing floors and roofs in commercial and industrial buildings. The specific choice of metal deck profile, including BDeck, depends on factors such as building design, load requirements, and local building codes.

It's important to note that the exact specifications and availability of BDeck profiles may vary by region and manufacturer, so consulting with a local supplier or manufacturer is advisable when selecting the appropriate metal deck profile for a construction project.

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